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will be mainly in the '70s and '80s although we will see a few '90s out there tomorrow. >>catherine: some encouraging news about home sales in the bay area, the latest reports say that prices are way off. 14.2%. home prices are up nearly 11%. elise c. reed spoke with one real-estate expert who says it is all about supply and demand. >> homes are a hot commodity in the bay area these days. supply and demand it does not match up. there are more people looking for homes that are available. a home like this and concord one for $400,000.40 years ago. now, about 300,000. couple that with your homes on the market. demand keeps getting stronger. some >> and concord there are a total for sale of 73 homes. last year, there were 333 homes in august of last year. that is an amazing difference in shows the very tight supply. >> tight supply and a lot of people looking for moms. >>catherine: ahead, big changes, the online shopping. the oakland a's badly for a spot in the american league playoffs. we will take you live to the coliseum. compact jeff >> this claim has been dumping by retarded, this i
>> a few miles to the west is the yosemite lodge. >>catherine: stay with kron4 as we continue to follow the hantavirus problem. we will keep you up-to-date and have the latest information on our web site, www.kron4.com. the dumbarton bridge is at the close of a holiday weekend. we will tell you how to get around the traffic gridlock. da lin has a look at how qr work is going before the shutdown. >>da: the dumbarton bridge will close at 10:00 p.m. and lasted till 5:00 a.m. on tuesday morning. construction crews are doing seismic retrofitting of. about 60,000 cars use the bridge on a daily basis. >>george: the dumbarton bridge will close friday night at 10:00 p.m. and will mark reopen until this is the morning. most of the traffic is likely to endure on the san mateo bridge. it is the close of their route. you can also use it to 37 37 an this is referred to southern de i coughed and you are regular user some of to 37 or the san mateo bridge expects have your normal practice. >> they could get done with the bridge a little bit early. if they do you hear about it, kron4 247 new
winner. >> the food that leaves the kitchen of catherine's nonprofit must be beautiful, delicious, and nourishing, because it feeds people that were fighting for their lives. >> there's nothing more powerful than eating this way, and realizing that you actually feel better. >> catherine is the founder and executive director of this community project, a five year- old nonprofit delivering healthy organic meals to 80 patients and their families that are battling life-threatening illnesses. they deliver their free meals every week in sonoma county and orange county. this woman has been diagnosed with a terminal case of leukemia but says that these meals have kept her alive. >> the food is medicine, yes it is, you eat more vegetables, you'll learn how to eat a higher quality of food. >> the idea for it grew after catherine agree to teach a friend's daughter how to cook six years ago. catherine, the self-taught chef, and the teenager made meals for three families dealing with serious illnesses and that experience produced the perfect ingredients. >> it came out of that simple idea of g
. whiter teeth in 1 week. >>catherine: a city with no end of problems and no lack of hope. citizens try to take back their streets in oakland, marching against violence in east oakland. >> the lights shine brightest and the darkest places. >>catherine: other residents are fighting against prostitution, giving police the license plates numbers of men cruising for sex. >> we want to get the understanding of their that they will not sneak into this neighborhood. >> da lin is in oakland tonight where the community is promising to take back the streets. >>da: oakland says at least 84 murders so far this year, that is up 10 percent compared to the same time last year. they say one way to get young people to stop the violence is to build a relationship with them. oakland used to this program three years ago but failed. they believe this time they have an unsecured -- community support to make it work. >> the pastor that you just heard from implemented operation cease-fire and boston it was very effective in stopping crime in the area. that is why the city of oakland asked him to come
, catherine orgman. followed by catherine ross. are they here? >> i think catherine orgman left, i am catherine ross. i am a long time resident, i live directly across the panhandle from masonic. i ride a bike. i have nevered own a car. anyone who is complaining about parking spaces, has been using the parking space i have not used in the 25 years in san francisco. i don't take up a parking spot. i don't have a driver's license, they can thank me after the hearing. but now masonic is my north/south route. and other streets go straight hill and dead end. if there was another option for bikes, we would take it. believe me. and the conditions on masonic are completely unacceptable, not just me but the people that have been killed there that i am totally heart broken about. and to me that takes such precedence over parking, and the fact that people are complaining about the loss of parking spaces, and in the light of the slaughter on this street. it's shameful of that priority. this is a great plan, i am extremely impressed what they have come up with. and it's no loss of muni speed. as e
challenges. but there are some fundamentals that come into play. catherine parrish: i thinking limiting your exposure to germs and a balanced diet are the most important things i teach them about keeping their baby healthy... and then coming for shots. the immunizations we provide certainly make a huge difference. diseases that killed hundreds of thousands of people don't even exist in this country anymore. although some concern has been expressed about the possible side effects of vaccines, physicians firmly believe that the benefits far outweigh any risks. vaccines have eliminated polio, and all but wiped out measles, mumps and rubella. i think the reason why we're not seeing a lot of those illnesses is just because of that. not because we're necessarily a healthier population, but because we've taken steps to try and eradicate those diseases that we could eradicate. we have a tremendous number of vaccines we didn't have even when i started practicing, for instance, the h-flu vaccine which came out in the late 80s and we started giving it before the age of 2 in the 90s. when i started prac
. on >>catherine: the embassy attack has ignited a firestorm on the campaign trail. on >> angry democrats are now saying this is no time for romney to be taking shots of u. s. farm policy. the romney campaign it canceled a florida campaign speech, sending supporter's home and held a news conference. >> a terrible course for america to withstand an apology for our values. >> democrats blasted romney for what they said was a political attack and aftermath of the tragedy. >> i do not think he knows what he is talking about, frankly. >> notably of other republicans did not echo from these criticisms. >> the president did not mention romney and his public statements today. >> today we will introduce iphone 5. >>pam: apple held a news event to unveil the new iphone. the much anticipated iphone 5. on >> apple also unveiled a new ipod. >> the iphone 5 is that this would have ever made. >>gabe: 7.6 mm than making it 18 percent thinner than the current iphone 4s. it will be a fully 4g l t e phone that will run on sprint, verizon and at&t. >> the camera. >> the camera has an upgrade as well. 8 m
to overcome this continues to dominate the campaign trail. as catherine heenan explained. we have more. >>catherine: mitt romney is not breaking down he is embracing it. >> it is not who cares about the poor or middle class. i care. he does. ? i, he! he has proven that in four years. >> the president responded on david letterman. response is that if you want to be president you have to work for everybody. >>catherine: metro leasing that 47 percent of americans are relying on government and the economy is in trouble. >> we will long line of trouble that are not running from across the as if the olympics are still going. >>catherine: another is a counter attack with audio and a familiar story outlined. >> redistribution. >>catherine: that is from 1998. with senator barack obama talking about redistribution of wealth. as things continue to simmer on the campaign trail of the rothe republicans did have some good news with the republican national committee had $35.6 million and the month of august. catherine heenan, kron 4. >>pam: still had the updates on the giants, the rockies and the pic
. there are a lot of military service members and veterans in virginia. >>catherine: mitt romney and prism of for trying to get their support. mitt romney was trying to slam with defense cuts. >> it is still a in a troubled and dangerous world. to cut that by trillions of dollars is not even thinkable and devastating. when i become president we will stop it and i'm not cut our commitment to the military. >>catherine: president obama is still using the hidden camera. for the victims of government dependents. >> i do not think that we can get very far. with people not taking responsibility for their own lives. >>catherine: these have been turned into a devastating political ads. with faces of families and veterans. >> there will open this presidency and it is not to worry about. >> matt from the is looking to " mitt romney to and to link deficit numbers. >>catherine: forget the election, they're already casting ballots. one example is this was early voting and the state of iowa. catherine heenan, kron 4. >>jacqueline: this warming trend is going to become significant. the highs for the inlan
is. >>> hello there. welcome to "newsline." it's september 24th, i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. chinese and japanese officials were to celebrate 40 years of diplomatic ties this week with a ceremony in beijing. but organizers have called it off. the two sides can't get past their dispute over the senkaku islands in the east china sea. the china/japan friendship association planned the event for this thursday. but the organizers said they wanted to postpone the ceremony for awhile. embassy officials sburinterpret that to mean it was canceled. the japanese government had ruined the atmosphere for the anniversary, the chinese say. china's leaders claimed the islands are chinese territory. chinese officials say former foreign minister and other leaders will still meet with japanese members of the association. the state-run xinhua news agency quoted saying that china remains committed to promoting friendship with japan. a senior japanese embassy official said that chinese want to use the proper meetings to reiterate their position and to urge the japanese to compromise. a japanese g
. >>> hello there. welcome to "newsline." it's tuesday, september 25th. i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. iran's president often challenges and chastises western nations in defense of his country's nuclear program. but ahmadinejad's critics argue he's trying to build a bomb by allowing scientists to enrich uranium. but he says he's willing to put a stop to the practice provided other countries fill in the gap. >> reporter: ahmadinejad spoke to nhk in new york where he's scheduled to attend the annual meeting of the u.n. general assembly. he sought to dispel international concern over the possible closure of the strait of hormuz. the main shipping route for middle east oil. >> translator: iran has been maintaining the stability of the strait. we will never pose a threat in its waters. >> reporter: western nations have been demanding iran halt its nuclear project. iran had responded by warning it might close in the persian gulf. about 90% of japan's crude oil imports comes through the narrow channel. iran held a large rally last week. in a speech, ahmadinejad said iran would press
. catherine, what are you learning about all of this? >>reporter: fox is told forensics will be analyzed to determine the type of won'ts, the origin of the weapons, and significantly whether the weapons were supplied to the libyan opposition by friendly governments to help take down qaddafi. four aways were confirmed but the officials in the united states remain in the dark. >> the only problem is we do not have a good visual of who they are. we are not sure what the standards of the arrest was, what information they had, we are working through that issue. >>trace: mitt romney is commenting about the president. listen, now. >> there were three other individuals in the tragedy beside the ambassador, and i would ask that you might each place your hand over your heart in recognition of the blood shed for freedom by them and by other sons and daughter whose is lost their lives for the cause of america and the cause of liberty and take a moment of silence together. thank you so much. thank you for memories of great men and women who serve this country and whether on a day like this where the
weather forecast. what the late snef. >> good morning, catherine, yes. more rain from china. right through in forwards central and eastern china 37 one of these low pressure is bringing with it torrential rain and thunderstorms so there will be the potential for further flooding. landslides and mud slides here. the korean peninsula add rough time recently with several 'bouts of torrential rain over the last couple weeks. more heavy rain for southern parts of china. in fact parts of southern indochina as well as philippines an northeastern india, all places dealing with heavy rain and thunderstorms today and can you see a couple of low pressure systems here. these are helping to really enhance that southwest monsoon moisture. so it is bringing the heavier rain with it. and there will again be that possibility of flash flooding as well as landslides and mudslides to occur. as for much of china, mongolia, strong high pressure is keeping things very clear. but it is going to be quite an unsettled day across japan. another low sitting here and there will be plenty of thunderstorms to be found a
story is you. to be at a are as catherine heenan tells us, and anti-american violence >>catherine: outrage over this entire is on video insulting islam's founder. some of the worst violence today was in yemen. hundreds of protesters stormed to the american embassy, held back by security, but some managed to destroy cars, burn flags in the splendor of this equipment. as least for yemeni protesters died in the clashes. in egypt, where the anti-american anchor began on tuesday, protesters scuffled with police. ahead on fired teargas and doesn't call her. if protester said it won an apology from the president. >> an official hall did olive. >> the united states government had absolutely nothing to do with this video. famine and a long, hundredth street to america and converged outside of the swiss embassy devilfish american interests. anti-american violence keeps spreading. iraq is one of the other house cause serious see list yes, there is word of one arrests in the killing of four american embassy workers. aside from the ambassador we now know that american civil that shaw's vess
into this category. >>catherine: on to another developing story, there is word of an arrest in the killing of the u.s. ambassador to libya and three other americans, but the anti-american violence and turmoil has spread to at least nine countries across the middle east. today's after a mob in libya killed for diplomatic workers including ambassador chris stevens, a deadly outbreak in the arab world escalates over this low-budget american made video insulting islam is a founder. some of the worst violence today was in yemen. hundreds of protesters stormed the american embassy. there were held back by security forces but some managed to destroy cars and burned u.s. flags in the plant or office equipment. the embassy staff had been safely evacuated hours earlier. it's at least for yemeni protesters died in the clashes stereotypes in egypt, where the anti-american anger began on tuesday, protesters scuffled with police. officers fired tear gas and dozens were hurt. protesters say they want an apology from the president. >> make an official apology to all islamic nations. >> the united states governme
in the united states. the reporting is of catherine herridge and she will have that coming up inside fox report. but, first, the war in afghanistan. a senior official or officer in the u.s.-led military alliance in afghanistan says the response to these insider attacks against our troops there will not result in a major shift in the exit strategy. so-called green on blue attacks have killed at least 51 coalition troops this year. today, the pentagon announced temporary move as they call it to stop most u.s. and nato troops from working side by side with their afghan forces. today an australian brigadier general deputy chief of staff for the coalition in afghanistan criticism that this could change the overall exit strategy for the war. >> i think it's going the smash the trust bond in the theater between us and them. and i don't think the temporary measures and what i think is pretty prudent response to a -- is going to change or damage the model that we have adopted for the campaign. >> shepard: afghan policemen and soldiers are scheduled to take over all security operations. we have to train
those comments were over? think again, catherine heenan has more. >>catherine: the big test is not surprising is immigration. the president obama visit included difficult questions about a 20 08 promised to tackle immigration reform. promise is a promise. and with all due respect he did not keep that promise. >> i did not keep that promise that i would get everything done 100 percent when i was elected president. i promised i would work every single day every day that i can to make sure that everybody in this country, regardless of who they are, with a look-alike, where they come from would have a fair shot at the american dream. >>catherine: mitt romney spoke at the same form saying that his is about being 100 percent america with the secretly taped comments at a fund-raiser in florida. seemingly dismissing the 47 percent that do not pickaxes. while in florida, he tried to get back into the groove. >> when it comes to the autonomy, the president has already flown and the white flight as surrender what he gets an incomplete. as you understand you have to take that course ove
a lot about creating jobs and running successful businesses. catherine is the ceo of fast signs. and melanie bergeron, chairman of the moving company, two men and a truck. ladies thank you for joining me. catherine, i will start with you. what do you think about the idea that the nfib said the optimism index rose to 92.9, but it was at a nine-month low last month? are small business owners getting optimistic? what do you think?. >> i know by small business owners are optimistic by nature. we are willing to take risks and hire people and create jobs. by our very nature we are optimistic. i'm here in washington, d.c. today because i think we can make the environment even better for small businesses and create new jobs if we just had a little tax certainty on the horizon. melissa: yes. melanie, do you agree with that? by the way, catherine, i love that point. you're right, in order to run a small business you have to have both courage and optimism. so you're right about that. melanie, what do you think? are small business owners getting more optimistic right now? >> well it is hard
extra baggage. >>catherine: the president laid out a long-term blueprint for revival, asking for more time to carry out his agenda. >> i never said the jersey would be easy and it will not promise that now. our path is harder, but it leads to a better place. >> the president was faced today with the release of a disappointing jobs report. job growth has slowed noticeably, 96,000 jobs were added which is your the expected. the jobless rate went down a little but economists say it is only because more unemployed workers for dropping out of the work force. >> did you see the jobs report this morning? in 95,000 jobs created an almost 400,000 people dropping out of the work force altogether. >> the president was in new hampshire where he pointed out that employers have added jobs for 30 months in a row the conceded that there is much more to be done. >>president obama: we know it is not good enough. we need to create more jobs and still will hold left by this recession. for we need to come out of this crisis stronger. >> the president is not a bad guy. he is good at giving his great
surveillance video couple of hours. we will show it to you like. >>catherine: some people have been marking the 11th anniversary where the hijacked planes hit the world playit the template heighworld trade center. isn't the pentagon. >> this change america forever and honoring for those who died. president obama placed a wreath at the memorial. >> this day and always will be leaving us with a lesson. not just one single of and will destroy who we are or act of terrorism will change what we stand for. >> the traditions associate with >> mitt romney was in chicago talking to firefighters saying this was not a day to talk politics. at the pentagon the president said every victim's sacrifice has made america strong growth. >>president obama: you'll never be alone, your loved ones will never be forgotten. >>pam: the bay area hosted events throughout the day remembering those thousands of people who were killed fonts of december 11th. this was the scene this morning at the san francisco fire department full testing. the fire chief spoke with kron 4 about what this morning's ceremony meant to f
asking the americans are they better off than four years ago. kron 4's catherine heenan had the response. >> reporter: michellefirst lady michelle obama will speak tuesday night, the first night of the democratic national convention. republicans are not getting the post convention bouts in the polls they hoped for. few are suggesting the republican national convention made them more likely to vote for mitt romney. mitt romney took the day off but republican vice presidential candidate paul ryan was in north carolina, bashing away at the latest campaign theme, asking voters if they are better off now than four years ago. >> asked americans to send them into a second term could say you are better off today than four years ago except for jimmy carter and president obama. >> reporter: he was in detroit telling voters to stick with president obama. >> you want to know whether we are better off? osama bin laden is dead and general motesers alive. -- motors is alive. >>> the democratic national convention kicks off tuesday night. former president bill clinton gives the address wednesday and le
>>> welcome to "newsline." i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. surveyors from japan's capital have done is survey in the east china sea. china and taiwan also claim the territory. a team from the tokyo metropolitan government wanted to check them out in order no buy them but they never stepped on shore. ordered the survey. he wants a metropolitan government to buy three uninhabitated islands. so they inspected the area from their ships. some team members switched to smaller boats to study the waters and shore around the largest island. >> translator: we will use the data for the purchase and good use of the islands. >> he said they need to land to properly measure the island's size and to inspect the ecosystem. the governor says he'll join the team on a return trip next month. he's demanding the central government allow them to land. >>> a chinese government official protested against the survey. and chinese media joined in with their criticisms. the foreign ministry official launched a complaint with japanese embassy staff in beijing. both sides restated their country's positions.
of catherine has left the future king and queen fuming mad. >> this is exactly the kind of thing he wanted to stop from happening when he brought kate into the royal fold. he wanted to make sure that what happened to his mother didn't happen to his wife and he went to great lengths to try to protect her from this kind of thing. >> reporter: the photos are said to have been taken while the royal couple were staying at this estate in the french countryside. the paparazzi gave similar treatment to william's mother, diana. and it was in 1997 that diana left a paris hotel and sped away to avoid paparazzi in pursuit. she was killed when the car crashed in a tunnel. in the wake of her death, laws were changed and the paparazzi promised the royal family they would change their ways. in large measure, they did. but palace officials said today that the publication of the topless photos crossed a red line and set the clock back 15 years. so, now, the royals are taking the fight to the courts, announcing late today that they would sue the french magazine for breech of privacy. >> the poor girl will be
to be another hot day in tokyo today. >> morning, catherine. yes, i think you're right. it is going to be hot and sunny across much of the country as well. but into tomorrow, we're going to see rain moving across from china and coming up across much of western and into central japan. the same band of rain will be impacting south korea. you could see as much as 30 millimeters of rain in the space of just one hour. so that kind of short time heavy rain can lead to flash flooding. the ground here is already saturated so that's going to be another thing to factor in. we have another low developing over chongqing. that's going to be bringing significant rainfall as well. maybe 50 to 100 millimeters off of this rain band. it will be intensifying as it heads east over the weekend. southern china still seeing thundershowers along the coast. heavy rain has been falling in northern vietnam. we've had reports of more than 300 millimeters of rain in the last 24 hours. also parts of southern and central thailand have warnings for heavy rain. we just got this trough of heavy rain, in fact, from northeaster
in the electronics industry. what is happening now. >> very good morning to you, catherine. >> we have seen electronic makers post huge losses, like sharp and panasonic. ri rivals are becoming more. t toshiba signed a deal. toshiba produces batteries and there are solutions for power grids. they hope to sell product to utilities worldwide and boost their global standing in the energy business. the next general power delivery system uses storage batteries and remote control to manage electricity supply. smart grid management is expected to make it more viable. power generated is subject to weather, but smart grids can store their output more effectively. >>> checking in on the markets now. european market ended higher though trey was lighter than usual due to a holiday in the united states. more we go to the tokyo stock exchange. good morning. >> good morning, yuko. >>> with the holiday in the u.s. making more light trade and the lack of direction, taking china's big manufacturing data, you could see more stimulus measures in the world's second largest economy. let's see how things are movin
up next on tonight's cbs evening news, william, catherine are, and the controversial photos. wife catherine, the duchess of cambridge, continued their southeast asia tour, commemorating the queen's 60 years on the throne. today's visit included a look at one of the world's biggest rainforests, but as seth doane reports, the couple is also wrestling with the unwanted publication of some sensitive photographs. >> reporter: the duke and duchess of cambridge stayed on scheduled today, touring virgin rainforest on the malaysian island of borneo. in public, the couple appeared at ease and engaged on their jaunt through the jungle. privately, though, the duois said to be discussing how to manage the fallout from the release of topless photos of kate. published in a french magazine yesterday, those photos show a topless kate sunbathing poole side while vacationing at a secluded french chateau. owned by a nephew of queen elizabeth, the chateau is surrounded by 640 acres of woodland and laffen deerfields. the palace is suing the magazine saying the couple had, "every expectation of privacy
>>> hello, there. welcome to "newsline." it's tuesday, september 18th. i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. people across china are raising banners and their voices against japan. the demonstrators have been protesting against the japanese government's purchase of the senkaku islands in the east china sea. messages online are calling for rallies in 58 cities on tuesday. they'll mark the anniversary of the incident in 1931 that led to japan's invasion of manchuria. around 200 people gathered monday in front of the japanese embassy in beijing. it was the seventh straight day of protests there. rallies took place in dozens of chinese cities over the weekend. some turned violent. police in beijing posted a statement online saying that destroying property is not patriotic. they called on protesters to observe law and order. police detained suspects accused of attacking a japanese-affiliated supermarket and destroying japanese vehicles. a spokesperson called on protesters to exercise restraint. but he stopped short of telling them to end their demonstrations. the japanese embassy is war
>>> hello, welcome to nhk "newsline." it's thursday, september 20. i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. >>> the vice president said the japanese need to stop undermining japanese sovereignty. his comments follow more than a week after the purchase of the senkakus islands. xi met in beijing with leon panetta. xi criticized the nationalization of the islands. he said the purchase was a farce. xi urged u.s. leaders not to intervene. the islands fall under the scope of the security treaty. the treaty should not apply to the territory. a senior u.s. defense official quotes panetta as saying u.s. officials won't take sides. panetta is urging diplomats to keep talking to resolve the issue diplomatically and peacefully. >>> japan's coast guard officials are keeping a close eye on government ships in waters off the senkakus islands. there's no sign of a chinese flotilla. they have spotted 16 chinese patrol ships around the area since tuesday. they are fishing monitoring ships and vessels. at least six of those ships have now left the area. two were cruising near japanese waters on thursday morn
the most of their recent comments and now, as catherine heenan reports, republicans appear to have new political ammunition against democrats. >> mitt romney is secretly recorded comments where he appeared to dismiss nearly half of the population, the campaign plays that up in a new ad. this is politics and the table has turned. the president described the recent unrest in the middle east as bob's and the road. >>president obama: i was producer and continue to be certain that there will be bumps in the road for >> he said the developments in the middle east are bombs in the road. bombs in the rug? >>catherine: there is already an obama campaign at over what he said on 60 minutes. >> we do provide care for people who do not have insurance. if someone has a heart attack, they did not sit in their apartment and die, would pick them up and an ambulance and taken to hospital. >> the clock is ticking. it is still a very close race although no pulls show that obama has an age in three critical states. >> he is trying to fool people into thinking that i think things that i do not. >> r
beautiful covergirl. ♪ >>catherine: in many areas the threat of flooding as tilbury real. >> days after the storm system path to the city of norland, we are still dealing with problems, and specifically power outages. we know that tens of thousands remain without power according to the utility and to do. would you look of the street you will see the utility crews, and trucks going neighborhood by neighborhood of doing their best to restore power as quickly as possible. on the other side of lake pontchartrain there remains a threat of flooding, several neighborhoods could be affected by the west pearl river. floodwaters continued to move south and ride along the river there is a navigational canal that officials have been close attention to it. there are two blocks of a canal that could fail. now, they're more confident that that system is more stable also, in a nearby paris we see residents slowly but surely returning to their homes of many of its are under water in. we're talking about a storm surge 7-14 ft. at overtop the eighth high level. officials there are pumping a lot of the wat
there catherine herridge is live in our d.c. newsroom working this story tonight. catherine, back to this debate about what was going on. it's my understanding that you have information that leads us to believe that there was no protesting happening before this murder happened. >> well, that's right, shep. intelligence source on the ground in libya tells fox news that there was no significant or sizeable demonstration when the attacks unfolded sometime after 9:00 p.m. in benghazi on 9/11. quote: there was no protest and the attacks were not spontaneous the source said. the libya attack was planned and had nothing to do with the movie. u.s. officials did not dispute the account but emphasizing a small demonstration at the consulate earlier in the day. this nighttime video shot on the 11th by the reuters news service does not show a large crowd rather it describes, quote, unknown exrebels guarding the entrance to the consulate. as to how many demonstrated small to the actual attack on the evening officials said that was part of the investigation, shep. >> shepard: what's the bottom line here, cat
catherine, the governors of the european central bank will meet on thursday and other leaders are trying to refine their message even before those meetings get started. leaders of france and italy are urging aggressive buying on government bonds of spain and other ailing economies. french president francois hollande and the italian prime minister met in rome on tuesday, discussed how best to contain the debt crisis. after the meeting, hollande told reporters some european nations with excessive debts continue to face high borrowing costs. he said the ecb needs to step in and address the issue. monty supported hollande's stance saying government bond yields have gone up regardless of economic fundamentals. he says this poses a big problem and has to be resolved. ecb officials plan to discuss bond buying at the upcoming board meeting. the french and italian leader's comments are seen as a push for the central bank to work out specific measures. >>> let's check the markets now. u.s. stocks ended mixed. the dow jones industrial average declined .4% to 13,035 on weak manufacturing data. but t
have lifted of the gunman is still at large 50 if for >>catherine: for assistance to the full 50 fulfill foggy have tough president bill flynn and 355. >> and no president, not me, not any of my predecessors, no one could have a fully repaired all of the damage that he found in just four years at the miss black fact that clinton is move would run that even the texas of issues. including hatred from the far right. >>president obama: although often disagree with republicans, i never learned to hate them the way for facing to hate our president for. >> the lasting image of the evening was his appearance on stage at the end of his speech. of service they bill clinton set the bar very high if. a crowd will also hear from the vice-president fury if >>pam: ahead at 5:30 p.m., a brutal crime that caught national attention. now, one of the suspect of makes its fleet in court nearly three years after the crime. we will have of it coming up. tom brokaw rushed to hospital, what his health care is being blamed on a specific sleeping medication. >> amazon held a press conference chillon o
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